The fingering on nearly all 'modern' editions of the Carcassi studies Op. 60, to a very large extent if not almost completely, derives originally from Llobet, who in his Rowies, Paris 1914 edition was the very first to publish RH fingering for them. Many modern editors just put their own names on what was Llobet's fingering, thus silently claiming it as their own. A process being continued even to this day.
We are pleased to present a carefully restored facsimile of this edition from Llobet's library with all his fingering and emendations intact.
Carcassi: 25 Etudes (Op. 60) - Special facsimile edition of Llobet´s personal copy of the Rowies edition, ed. Llobet, Paris 1914, with Llobet´s hand-written amendments, corrections, etc., changes in pencil, all retained.